senate if she wins, she's obviously the most deidentify house voice against banks. maybe this will continue. obama, warren and then banks just become in a continually bad place to get a job. >> regulation of the banks is in interpretation because of dodd-frank. much of it has passed. they are adjusting to new realities. in terms of capital requirements, holding a lot more capital against businesses and transparency, things like derivatives exchanges hit to their profitable. >> you have all the institutions suing each other about the mortgage-backed bonds, it is just one group of institutional investors suing another group of institutional investors, the court is not set up to handle it. no one knows what to do. i think there's going to be billions of dollars in legal fees. that's the only winner. >> we have to check in with bob on the floor with more on what's moving this morning. hey, bob. >> good morning, everybody. happy tuesday. did you see, of course, christina la guard this morning cutting the global forecast for the imf? and that's not good, the second time this year, but th
supplies of gasoline by as much as 10%. quote there will be negotiatible air quality impacts. senator feinstein wants the ftc to investigate the reason behind these price hikes and some are suspicious of the timing. >> seems like the oil companies are trying to piss people off to get obama out of the office. i don't know. a lot of people are upset. i am. they have you by the short and curlies. what do you do? >> reporter: all right. well the president is in town this morning. so prices may go down happen andy liphouse says california gas in the plain has dropped 50 cents a gallon but take some time to transition here. quickly look at the prices, most expensive place i was at on friday. on the left there you see it. on the right how it is this morning. a drop of the cheapest gas 70 cents. you won't see that here. that station is some sort of beta trade on the whole thing. >> jane wells, thanks for that report. several tech names trading at all time highs. quite the opposite today. should you be buying on the pull back. that's next. with not enough sleep in between. how you sometimes ne
calling it obama care. here's what i want to talk about. exactly what was the issue when the president and his party had a filibuster proof senate? okay? filibuster proof. because every time i do a speaking tour and i talk about this, many people say, well, it didn't last long. it doesn't matter how long it lasted. but i was up for three hours last night researching it. of course, here's the date. from july of '09 to august of '09, filibuster proof. of course, that included two independents. one was mr. lieberman. vice presidential candidate in another day. and the other one was bernie saunders from vermont. socialist, independent, whatever you want to call it. here's the biggest slab. all told a little bit less than six months filibuster proof. and they owned the house. and they had the white house. so why is it exactly that they couldn't pass right in the midst of this on christmas eve the biggest, most complicated piece of legislation but never heard anything about jobs, which i hear now laser beam focus. never heard anything about debt or deficits. when exactly did that come about?
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